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Taylor English Duma
A relatively recent study of foster placements found that children placed with at least one sibling had more stability than children placed alone.
Ward and Smith, P.A.
I suspect that many of you, like me, have deleted an email from a friend that says he is away on a trip and needs you to wire him money.
Brouse McDowell
Clients should make note that a standard driver's license will no longer be acceptable for air travel for passengers over the age of eighteen (18) years beginning May 3, 2023.
McLane Middleton, Professional Association
How do you add value for your clients? First, you need to know your limitations. Second, you need to seek guidance from others when needed. Experts play a vital role in the litigation process.
Ankura Consulting Group LLC
Gold Star Families Day, observed on the last Sunday in September each year, is a national day of observance in the United States that honors and recognizes families...
Brouse McDowell
On January 1, 2020, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act came into effect drastically changing the dynamics of naming beneficiaries of Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs).
Brouse McDowell
We spent a great part of 2021 reviewing and analyzing tax proposals which would greatly impact estate planning and strategies to minimize the impact to your estate plan.
Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel
You may have heard stories of very wealthy individuals deciding not to leave that wealth to their children.
Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel
Creating a living trust can be a painstaking process. Done right, you and your loved one can reap a variety of benefits from your living.
Taylor English Duma
An incident from the Chicago area illustrates the problems that can arise when youth serving organizations aren't completely transparent with parents.
Gallet Dreyer & Berkey
The tension between an individual's right to own, use, exclude others from use, and dispose of property, and society's ability to limit those rights, is as old as society itself. Its roots are literally biblical.
Harris Beach
Splitting time between two or more places you love is a much-desired retirement dream for many. Some are "snowbirds" – those who live farther north in the United States during the summer...
Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel
It's not uncommon for people with revocable living trusts to name a family member – like their spouse or their oldest child – as their successor trustee. The successor trustee is the person...
Harris Beach
It happens all too often. Fearing the alleged difficulties of probate, families add adult children as joint owners to a real estate deed or onto a bank or brokerage account, hoping to avoid...
Foley & Lardner
Brian Lucareli, Director of Foley Private Client Services (PCS) and co-chair of the Family Offices group, sits down with Nate Imfeld, Senior Counsel, Family Offices group, for a 10-minute interview...
Withers LLP
While there are many different ways to save money for education, 529 accounts are widely regarded as the best. Not surprisingly, questions about how to manage 529 accounts are an increasingly...
Withers LLP
While there are many different ways to save money for education, 529 accounts are widely regarded as the best. Not surprisingly, questions about how to manage 529 accounts...
Pryor Cashman LLP
Pryor Cashman Partner Judith Poller, co-chair of the firm's Family Law Group, has been shortlisted by Spear's for Lawyer of the Year in the Family Law category.
Freeman Law
This issue arose in a case I am currently working on, and the short answer is yes, and divorce lawyers would be served well by becoming familiar with this possibility.
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